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Old 02-23-2008, 08:02 PM
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Old 02-23-2008, 08:05 PM
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What I think we need here is just for AD to assemble his own website regarding Marlin's lil' wonder 60.
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Old 03-01-2008, 09:25 AM
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What I think we need here is just for AD to assemble his own website regarding Marlin's lil' wonder 60.
I agree
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Old 03-01-2008, 08:40 PM
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Arrow, please thank your daughter for all of us who have 60"s. I took mine apart a week ago and guess I snagged the paperclip on something cause the next thing I knew was the spring bounced off the wall and fell on the work table in front of me. I didn't find the hammer strut bridge, got one from Brownell"s and got out the pictures today and started to put everything back together. I wasn't sure on a couple of things. One was that Lifter spring sets all the way under the arm. I first had it hooked unto the upper notch but had another 60 to go by and then took a second look and hooked it under the arm. The second was that the hammer was straight up but pushed it down and it latched in the down position, again another look at my other 60. I have the confidence now to tear the whole thing apart with no problem, might even take me 30 minutes for teardown to build up. \
Again, those pictures are difinately worth a thousand words.
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Old 03-29-2009, 04:09 PM
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There ya go Arrowdodger.....it's a sticky!
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Thanks again To you and your daughter inspired me to change springs and understand better whats going on with these 60s. These things shoot so good when all is well. I just got such confidence from your work.. inspiring.
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Smile You saved the day.

Just completed a feed throat conversion on Glenfield. Waited 5 1/2
months for the kit to come off back order, had to figure out how it went in. Had to drill right side for the feed throat double stud and then figure out how it went back together. (Customer brought it in a Baggie) You saved the day.
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I am a late comer here, but a Marlinite of sorts - I wish to add my appreciation for a great job you did in that presentation, I wish I were half as gifted as you and your daughter. I recently sold my two 39A's and bought a Remington 552 BDL, but sold that as well; now I'm waiting for a new 60SB and can use all the help I can get in the disassemble and re-assembly processes - your most able presentation will help me a lot... providing my hands and my brain can cooperate with each other.

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Old 09-30-2009, 02:34 AM
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+1 for the instructions

it makes take down and re-assembly simple. i dreaded taking down the m60, as do my dad. we attempted to do it back in the early 1990's and that was the last time that we did a complete tear-down. Since then, I've only run some patches down the barrel every now and then.

Took the gun apart and I was amazed at all the gunk inside. its amazing that the gun still fuctions w/ so much crud. i guess thats why it's been failing to feed.
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Old 11-14-2009, 09:02 PM
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Just have to add my kudos to a masterful DIY presentation. It's almost laughable thinking about my trepidation even thinking about breaking down the action. Now it's become almost childs play.
THANKS!
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Old 11-16-2009, 01:08 PM
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Thanks so much for posting the instructions on how to Dis/Assemble the action. I was finally able to clean it like it should be.
LDThompson refers to a detent spring which I don't know what it is. Is that the same as a sear spring? I'm trying to lighten the trigger pull alittle.

thanks again for a great presentation

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Old 11-16-2009, 06:38 PM
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Thanks

I'll add my thanks. I had a buffer change in my Model 60 this weekend. Very good pictures.
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Old 11-20-2009, 09:38 PM
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Thanks a lot. Very helpful
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Thank you for this. Something that amazes me is that The Gun Digest Book of Rimfire Rifles Assembly/Disassembly does NOT include the Marlin Model 60, but has a lot of others that I have never heard of.
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Is this file available somewhere besides a file sharing site?
You can view the GIF files without downloading or installing anything from their site. However, I have downloaded both the PDF and Power Point files without any of their software. Or if you prefer, I could send you the PDF version in an e-mail then you can scan it with whatever virus or spyware programs you like before you open it. (this file is 96.5 MB)

With the link below you can view the GIF images individually.

http://www.4shared.com/dir/3857430/b...5/sharing.html
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